DAYTON, OH – Staff and volunteers of local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) visited East End Community Services (EECS) for their second Hannah’s Day Out volunteer adventure of the year. HTC partners with the neighborhood social service agency to provide care packages to the clients served by EECS.
The HTC crew toured the main facility at 624 Xenia Ave in Dayton to learn more about the organization’s mission to enrich the Twin Towers community with after-school programs, grocery distribution, job counseling, and other services. Half of the group then helped prepare a mailing, while the other volunteers beautified the planters and bee garden outside of the facility.
The group began their 2017 HDO volunteer adventures with a visit to Centerville-Washington Park District’s Kennebrook Nature Center and plans to volunteer with Crayons to Classrooms on July 19. Their final Hannah’s Day Out adventure will be with The Foodbank of Greater Dayton on July 26.
“Visiting East End Community Services helps us better understand how to serve them with the care packages we create for their young clients,” said HTC executive director, Sarah Williams. “It is energizing to see what our partners are doing to help families in need move from surviving to thriving!”
- Hannah’s Day Out 2017
- Hannah’s Day Out at CWPD
- Hannah’s Day Out at C2C (Coming Soon!)
- Hannah’s Day Out at The Foodbank (Coming Soon!)
Hannah’s Treasure Chest partners with nearly 50 area organizations throughout the year to provide care packages of clothing, diapers, books, hygiene products and safety equipment to children living in need.
To learn more about Hannah’s Treasure Chest, visit their website at www.hannahstreasure.org, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.